Ministers have no further plans to charge motorists to use new roads after dropping proposals for the country's first toll scheme in a decade.
Motorists have been urged to think about how getting caught drink-driving could affect the rest of their lives.
Motorists are continuing to use their cars less due to high fuel prices, research has suggested.
Drivers in Birmingham and Bradford are the most likely to be targeted by "crash for cash" criminals, according to experts.
Running a car in the UK is more expensive than anywhere else in the world, thanks largely to high prices at the pumps.
A major new survey suggests that government incentives have failed to spark the anticipated electric car revolution.
Experts are urging Christmas revellers to resist the temptation to get behind the wheel the morning after an alcohol-fuelled office party or night on the town.
Flooded roads can be a big problem at this time of year - but it appears some drivers are prepared to try and tackle them in a bid to get to their destination.
The most desirable green transport of the future may turn out to be powered by hydrogen and water vapour, rather than electricity.
Most drivers are willing to walk instead of pay a parking fee, new research suggests.
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